Apocalypse by Tim Bowler

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After a dramatic accident, Kit and his parents find themselves washed up on a small island. But there is no sanctuary here. The local community is hostile and menacing. Soon Kit's life is in danger and he is forced to face not just the inhabitants but a disturbing new arrival whose presence on the island terrifies the community. In his struggle to stay alive and make sense of what is happening Kit is forced to confront good and evil in unexpected forms, even within himself, and face trials and dangers beyond anything he could have imagined. Tim Bowler's most recent novel, "Starseeker", has sold over 50,000 copies to date.

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Tim Bowler has written seven novels for teenagers and is one of the most prominent authors currently writing for this age group. His first novel, Midget, established him as a thrilling new voice in young adult literature. His third novel, River Boy, won the prestigious Carnegie Medal, and his books have also won numerous other prizes. His most recent novels are Storm Catchers and the highly acclaimed Firmament.Mr. Bowler lives with his wife in Devon, England, and is a full-time writer.
Published August 30, 2005 by Margaret K. McElderry Books. 352 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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While reaching for a tiny carved boat in the sea that’s grasped from underwater by a full-grown man with Kit’s own face (including ugly birthmark), Kit sends their boat crashing off-course to wreck on the island.

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